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M02 Sunday, September 22, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQU IRER MetroB-7 Death Notices 5 Death Notices Death Notices U Obituaries FITZPATRICK li'UilGi'eHS For more complete information and address of the Melva (nee Meyer), beloved wife of Edward Fitzpatrick, loving mother of Kerry Fitzpa-trick and Lynne Fitzpatrick, dear grandmother of four. September 19, 1991, age 73. Friends may call at Rebold Funeral Home, 3700 Glenmore uneral director refer to the individual death notice ALCOKN Snowden U. (Doc), beloved husband of the late Edna (nee Cromer) Alcorn, devoted father of Wilma Moore, Joyce Clontt, Joan Ropp and Ronald and Gary Alcorn, also survived by 14 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren, dear brother ot Bernice Dalton. Saturday, September 21, 1991. Resident ot Lockland. Friends may call at the Vorhis Funeral Edward T. Dedden, Edgewood Former Kenton Co. officer was tough, yet compassionate below. VANDEN EYNDEN Frieda C, beloved wife of Jerry A. VandenEynden, devoted mother ot Mrs. William (Elis-sa) MacLaughlin, grandmother of Mrs. Susan Rasche, Mrs. Betsy Posadas and Jerry MacLaughlin, great-grandmother of Margaret Rasche, sister of Alvin Meinking. Wednesday, September 18, 1991. Friends may call at Thomas Memorial, 7500 Montgomery Rd., Kenwood, Sunday 2-5 P.M. where funeral services will be Mon-' day at 10 A.M. If desired, me- morials may be made to St. Peter's United Church of. Christ, 6120 Ridge Ave., 45213 or charity of one's choice. Ave., Cheviot, Monday 9-10:30 A.M. Funeral Mass, St. Martin FUNERAL HOME TIME DATE NAME Church, II A.M. Memorials if so desired may be directed to the charity ot your choice. ALCORN, Snowden U. (Doc) 10:00 A.M. Sept.24 Vorhis Home, 310 Dunn St., Lockland, 6-8 PJSA,, Monday. Funeral service 10 A.M., Tuesday, Sep-tember ?4. FRANKLIN special honor for missing only three days work during his 21-year career. AMANN, Jeon C. 10:00 A.M. Sept.25 Dolbert & Woodrufl Vonda, 64. Calling 4-7 P.M. Sunday, Bovards, Holton, IN. Services, 10:30 A.M. Monday, Hol-ton Christian Church. BAKER, Shirley 10:30A.M. Sept 23 Minges (Harrison) AMANN BLAKLEY, Beuloh 1:00 P.M. Sept.25 Stine (tebemon, OH) Jean C loving daughter of the late Michael C. and Marie H. HARRY Amann, dear sister of Mary E. FITZPATRICK, Melvo 1 1:00A M. Sept 23 Rebold Donald C, husband of Virginia ( V WALDEN Barbara (see Gebhardt ' FRANKLIN, Vondo 10:30 A.M. Sept.23 Bovards (van Dyke) Harry, loving Doty, Michelle M. Krabacher and the late Dr. Charles J. and Betty Jean Amann, also sur vived by 11 nieces and neph FRECH, Winston 0. (Bill Mr. Dedden then went to work as a deputy sheriff for Kenton County and later as a bailiff for Kenton County District Court, Conradi said. He finally retired in the mid-1980s, she said. Mr. Dedden also was a World War II veteran, serving as a Navy cook. After the war and before entering the police force, he 2:00 P.M. Sept 22 Dalbert & Woodruff ews and nine great-nieces and nephews. Friday, September FROMMEYER, louis A. 10:30A.M. Sept.23 Hodapp father of Donna Walls, of Kettering, OH, William Harry, of Kansas City, MO, and Tom Harry, of Enon, OH, also survived by six grandchildren. Friday, September 20, 1991. Age 76. Residence Finneytown. Past-Master of Kilwinning Lodge 356 in 1950. Friends and relatives are Invited to the fu GEBHARDT, Barbara I. 3:30 P.M. Sept.23 Coldren-Crates IFind- lay, OH) HARRY, Donald C. ) 1 :00 A.M. Sept.23 Paul R. Young 20, 1991. Age 60 years. Mass ot Christian Burial Wednesday, 10 A.M. at St. Ignatius Loyola Church. Visitation Tuesday, 6-8 P.M. at the Dalbert & Woodruff Funeral Home, 2880 Boudi-not Ave. at Queen City. If so desired, memorials may be made to the Leukemia Society of America. HECTOR, Adolph E. 10:00A.M. Sept.23 Craver-Hookom WREN-KECK Dolores Faye (nee Draggoo), wife of the late George Lester Wren and Charles S. Keck, devoted sister of George and Donald Draggoo, and the late! Marge Rackley, dear aunt of. Donald and Richard Roberts,. Don and Natalie Draggoo, Mar- cia Shank, Cindy Geil, and Donna Wahl. September 20, 1991.' Age 83 years. Residence Cali- fornia, OH. Service at T. P. White & Sons Funeral Home," 2050 Beechmont Ave., Mt Washington, Tuesday, Septem-. ber 24, at 10 A.M. Friends may. call Monday, 6-9 P.M. . JOHNSON, Loyd 11:00 A.M. Sept.24 H.G. Shorten BY SMITA MADAN PAUL The Cincinnati Enquirer Edward T. Dedden, a former Kenton County police officer, was a soft-hearted man with a tough job, his daughter, Janet C. Conradi of Edgewood, said Saturday. The Edgewood man worked more than 20 years as police officer, bearing witness to much of the dark side of humanity. "He could take anything. But when a little child was involved or if there was a suicide, it really got to him. ... He didn't show it much on his job, but at home he would get really choked up about things like that," Conradi said. Mr. Dedden died Thursday at St. Elizabeth Medical Center South after a heart attack. He was 80. While at the Kenton County Police Department, Mr. Dedden was involved in the famous capture of Leona Harris, a Covington woman convicted of killing her husband's lover, Margaret Duncan of Lookout Heights, Ky., in 1959. He discovered Harris was in Marcas, Ky., Conradi said. Mr. Dedden and another officer arrested her 12 hours after the crime. But on a daily basis, Mr. Dedden simply enjoyed the conversation and fellowship of the police department, his daughter said. "He liked to get out with people, and talk and talk . . . tell all his tales, " she said. When he retired as a captain, he was given a JONES, Georgetta V. 10:00A.M. Sept.24 Schmidt-Dhonou neral service, Monday, September 23, 1991, 11 A.M. at Northern Hills United Methodist Church, 6700 Winton Rd. Rev. James T. Caldwell officiating. If so desired memorials may be sent to Northern Hills United Methodist Church. Paul R. LUMPKIN, James, Jr. 1 1:00A.M. Sept.24 Holl-Jordon MEYERS, Philip M. Jr. 2:00 P.M. Sept.22 Weil (Rockdale Temple) Young Funeral Home, Mt. BAKER Shirley (nee Ramey), beloved wife of Earl Baker. Age 47. Visitation Sunday, 5-8 P.M. Minges Funeral Home, 10385 New Haven Rd., Harrison, OH. Funeral services Monday, 10:30 A.M. Burial Gibson Cemetery. MINTON, Clennie 10:00A.M. Sept.24 Hannah-Tults-Schild- Healthy, In charge of meyer PARE, Marvin L, Sr. 10:00 A.M. Sept.23 Cooper (Grants lick, KY) Dedden owned his own restaurant, Ded- den's Cafe, on Madison Street in Covington, Conradi said. He was a member of several organizations including the Fraternal Order of Police, the American Legion, and the Kentucky Peace Officers Association. He also is survived by his wife, Gertrude P. Lindholz Dedden of Edgewood, Ky.; two sons, William E. Dedden of Erlanger, Ky., and Charles F. Dedden of Independence, Ky.; a brother, Elmer Dedden of Fort Wright, Ky.; 13 grandchildren; and 20 great-grandchildren. Services will be noon Monday at Linnemann Funeral Home, 30 Commonwealth Ave. in Erlanger. Visitation with be 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Monday at the funeral home. BLAKLEY -CAROTHERS, Beulah, age 83, of Suncrest Dr., "HECTOR Adolph E. "Shick" of Cold Spring, KY, beloved husband of Willa Hector (nee Schellenger), dear father of Robin Hamersly and Randy Henderson, step-father of Joan Prinzbach, Leslie Nettling and John Dumford, al 1 1 :00 A.M. Sept.24 W. Mack Johnson & World War I Vet World War II Vet Korean Veteran Vietnam Veteran Armed Forces Persian Gulf ; Monuments 10 Lebanon. September 21. Visita tion 6-9 P.M. Tuesday. Services 1 P.M. Wednesday, Urbancrest Baptist Church. Stine Funeral STAFFORD, John P. 10:00A.M. Sept.24 Stine (Lebanon, OH) Home, Lebanon. STITH, Donald 2:00 P.M. Sept.23 Witt, Good & Kelsch so ten grandchildren, son of Joseph and Florence Hector, brother of Betty Bonz. Friends may call Sunday 5-7 P.M. at the FRECII Winston O. (Bill), beloved hus STURGIS, Helen A. ) :30 P.M. Sept.23 T.P. White 8, Sons QTOMECRAFJ ULMER, Robert W. 11:00 A.M. Sept.23 T.P. White & Sons band of Jo Freeh (nee Pitts), devoted father of Janice Freeh 921-8446 mf:f 921-5690 Craver-Hookom Funeral Home & Chapel, Milford. Funeral services Monday, September and Dr. Edward Freeh. Thurs Granite HJ" Bronze VANDEN EYNDEN, Frieda C. 10:00 A.M. Sept.23 Thomas Memorial 23, 10 A.M. at the funeral home. day, September 19, 1991. Age 75 years. Memorial service Today, 2 P.M. at Westwood First MAMCBW ITMTM Ml SWOLES DOUBLES $250. $380. See Gebhardt notice. WALDEN, Barbara If desired memorials may be made to the St. Elizabeth Hos- pice. Helen G. Boyd Presbyterian Church, 3011 Harrison Ave. If so desired, memorials may be made to the Stirr WREN-KECK, Dolores Faye 10:00A.M. Sept.24 T.P. White & Sons JOHNSON Loyd, beloved husband of the 20 er's Hospital for Burned and Crippled Children, 202 Goodman Announcements late Ethel Johnson (Risner), devoted father of Pauline Jur 5 ter-in-law Linda Boyd of Cincinnati. "She was always out mingling with people. . . . She was in every Death Notices Death Notices Street, Cinti, 45219. Retired President of Tricon Distribu gens, of Dallas, TX and Imo- MEYERS service-oriented organization she could find." tors. Members of Hanselmann Lodge 208 F. & A.M., Scottish Rite Valley of Cincinnati and gene Sturk, of Mason, OH, dear grandfather of Ronald Jurgens, Karen Harrison, Robert, Douglas, Thomas and Greg Sturk, BOLTON LUNSFORD : A Golden Rule Funeral Home 3042 Harrison Ave. 661-4059 Mrs. Boyd worked nearly 20 years as a bookkeeper Philip M. Jr., 59, beloved husband of Ann Levine Meyers, devoted father of Philip M. MINTON Clennie, of Blanchester. Visitation, 6-8 P.M. Monday. Service 10 A.M. Tuesday, Hannah-Tufts-Schildmeyer Funeral Home, Blanchester. also survived by 10 the Syrian Temple ot Cincinnati. Dalbert and Woodruff Fu-neral Home serving the family. great-grandchildren and five for Norwood Improved Building & Loan, which became Merit Savings Association in 1982. She was a native of Wheeling, W.V., but lived 35 sisters. September 21, 1991 FROMMEYER A.C. GOBBLING & SON FT. THOMAS BELLEVUE 44) 1730 . 491-4500 Visitation will be Monday from 6 until 8 P.M. with Funeral Louis A., beloved husband of the late Dolores E. Frommeyer Services Tuesday at 11 A.M. at years in the Cincinnati area with her husband, Hugh Boyd, who lives in Englewood, Fla. The Boyds moved Meyers III, Lauren and Dawn Meyers, dear brother of Susan Meyers Falk of NY and Lynne Meyers Gordon, loving grandfather of Bianca Gracanin. Services Rockdale Temple, 8501 Ridge Rd., Sunday, September 22 at 2 P.M. The family requests no visitation at their home. In lieu of other remembrances memorial contributions to the Cincinnati Zoo would be appreciated. the H.G. Shorten Funeral Home, 400 Reading Rd., Mason, BY ANTHONY NEELY The Cincinnati Enquirer Helen G. Boyd demonstrated her friendliness and concern for others as a vigorous Norwood volunteer and charity worker. "She was a grand lady; she had a heart of gold," said her daughter, Cinda Lew Carpenter of Cairo, Neb. "If anybody needed help, you'd just ask her and she was always there." Mrs. Boyd died Sept. 7 of cancer at her home in Englewood, Fla. She was 73. Working mainly as a member of Norwood Christian Church and the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary, Mrs. Boyd took Thanksgiving baskets to needy families, sought benefits for burned children on behalf of the Shriners Burns Institute and collected for the Heart Fund. "She was an outgoing, caring person," said daugh J.J. GILLIGAN & SON 2926 Woodburn 281-8311 (nee Fricker), dear father of L. Ronald Frommeyer, father-in-law of Patricia Frommeyer, grandfather of Paul, STAFFORD John P., age 65 of Lebanon, died Friday, September 20, 1991. Visitation 6-9 P.M., Monday. Mass of Christian Burial 10 A.M., Tuesday, St. Francis de-Sales Catholic Church, Lebanon, OH. OH. Interment in Arlington Me-morial Gardens, Mt. Healthy. JONES ELDEN A. GOOD 2620 ERIE AVE. 871-3433 brother-in-law of Joan Fricker. Thursday, September 19, 1991. Age 84 years. Friends may call Georgetta V. 'Blondie' (nee Kling), beloved wife of Robert M. Jones, devoted mother of at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 6041 Hamilton Ave., College Hill, to Florida upon retirement in 1975. Other survivors are a son, John Boyd, Cincinnati; a brother, Richard W. Smith of Ohio; and four grandchildren. Services were held Sept. 10 in Englewood, Fla. Memorials can be made to the Hospice of Charlotte, 3280-17 Tamiami Trail Point, Port Charlotte, Fla. 33952. Jamison & Jamison Jr., Inc. West End Evanston 721-1616 961-7544 Denise L. Vaske and Phyllis R. Monday from 9-10 A.M. fol lowed by the Mass of Christian Daniel, daughter of Helen Kling, STITH Donald. Services Monday 2 P.M. at Witt, Good 8. Kelsch. Burial, St. Vivian Church, Fin- step-mother ot Deborah I. Baker, Darlene R. Parsons and De neytown, 10:30 A.M. Interment nise L. Jones, sister of Roseida St. Mary Cemetery, St. Ber PAPE Marvin L., Sr., beloved husband of Karen (nee Hall) Pape, dear father of Kevin Lee Pape and Marvin Lee Pape, Jr., dear son of Bertha Pape, dear brother of Jack Pape, dear grandfather of four grandchildren. Friday, nard. Remembrances may be Chaj. A. Miller Sons -Busse & Borgmann Co. Miller-Simminger -Funeral Service 541 0040 Reneer, Alverta Reardon and Charles and Alvin Kling, also survived by 13 grandchildren made to the charity of your choice. and numerous nieces and neph- GEBHARDT ews. Saturday, September 21, Barbara L. (nee Walden), be 1991. Age 64. Resident ot Read State news loved wife of Richard C. Geb-hardt, dearly beloved daughter ing. Mass of Christian Burial at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart of Robert and Joyce walden. Church, Tuesday at 10 A.M. September 20, 1991. Age 48. Residence Butler, KY. Services Monday, 10 A.M., September 23 at the Cooper Funeral Home, Grants Lick, KY. Friends may call Sunday, 5-8 P.M. Interment the Alexandria Cemetery, Alexandria, KY. STURGIS Helen A. (nee Kampel), beloved mother of Richard G. Sturgis and the late Robert Taper, dear sister of Lillian Perkins and cousin of Edna and Doyle, also survived by ten grandchildren, twelve great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. September 19, 1991. Resident of Mt. Washington. Funeral service at T.P. White & Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Avenue, Mt. Washington on Muehlenkamp-Erschell 261-8093 Newport, Ft. Thomas, Dayton NURRE BROS. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 241-6929 Friday, September 20, 1991 Age 48. No Visitation. Residence Findlay, formerly of Cin Visitation at Schmidt-Dohnau Funeral Home, 8633 Reading Rd., Reading, Monday, from 5-8 P.M. Memorials may be made ti. Funeral service 3:30 P.M. Monday, Coldren-Crates Fu to the American Cancer Socl neral Home, Findlay, OH. Dr, ety. Member of Halker-Flege Richard Kern otficiating. Mrs. A.L. Post 069, Ladies Aux. Gebhardt was a 1965 graduate of Heidleburg College with a LUMPKIN Monday, September 23 at 1:30 P.M. Friends may call Monday B.A. in English and bpeecn; re Black lawmakers ask redistricting on revised census James, Jr., devoted husband of Mary Lumpkin, loving step-father of Wanda Walker, dear 12:30 P.M. 1:30 P.M. ceived Masters in Arts and Speech at Bowling Green State grandfather of John A. Walker, Univ., in 1976; named Outstand Jr. and Anthony Walker, fond ing Alumni of Bowling Green father-in-law ot John A. Walk State Univ., speech program; TUFTS SCHILDMEVER Loveland 683-2430 Blanchester 783-2458 er, Sr., also survived by two named Speech Commission Assoc. of Ohio Outstanding Speech Teacher of Ohio. She started the Trojan T.V. Opera nieces, three nephews and a host of other relatives and friends. September 19, 1991 at SIMONE- CAROTHERS Helen Olmsted, wife of the late Thomas Abbott Carothers and Walter Simone, beloved mother of Dr. Charles O. Carothers, dear grandmother of Dr. Thomas A. and S. Cole Carothers, also ten great-grandchildren. Friday, September 20, 1991. Hyde Park. Funeral services will be Tuesday, 1 1 A.M. at the Spring Grove Cemetery-Norman Chapel. Memorials may be made to the Salvation Army or your favorite Charity. Arrangements by the W. Mack Johnson 8. Anderson Fuenral Home, Walnut Hills. 35 Florists tion at Findlay High School, di age 6B. Funeral services 11 A.M. Tuesday at St. Simon of rected plays at Findlay High School and was a member of ULMER Robert W., beloved husband of Anna L. Ulmer (nee Hawkins), devoted father of Robert W. Jr. and Jerry Ulmer, and Vicki J. Candella, dear brother of Jane Ulmer, also survived by four grandsons. September 19, 1991, Age 75 years. Residence Anderson Twp. Service at T. P. White & Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Ave., Mt. Washington, Monday, September 23 at 11 A M. Friends may call Sunday 6-9 P.M. Cyrene Episcopal Church, 810 Matthews Dr. The Reverend International Thespian Assoc. Canon Lorentho Wooden, Rec U' Funeral Flowers Sen. Roy Ray, R-Akron, said Friday that he is cautiously optimistic that despite linger Memorials may be sent to the Barbara Gebhardt Facility Development Fund, co Jeanette Mathern, Findlay High School, 1200 Broad Ave., Findlay, OH, tor, Celebrant. Friends may call 6-8 P.M. Monday at Hall-Jordan Funeral Home, 400 N. Wayne Ave., Lockland. Interment Vine 961-6622 City Wide. 7 Dm Drirvtry St. Hill Cemetery. 45840. ing concerns of some colleagues, the Senate will Banks Wilkinson negotiates incentives for United Airline reviews 1 1 sites for $ 1 billion base Stanley Aronoff paSs a House-approved conference committee version and send it to Gov. George Voinovich. The governor has said he will sign the bill, which allows state and local governments, under a constitutional amendment adopted by voters last year, to issue general obligation bonds to help finance housing projects. Truck weights, too Riffe and Senate President Stanley Aronoff, R-Cincinnati, said they expect to act on legislation conforming state limits on com-mercial truck weights with federal regulations. The bill is up for a hearing Tuesday in the Senate Highways and Transportation Committee and must be passed promptly to avoid loss of federal highway subsidies, Riffe said. It involves a formula that bases weights on the number and types of axles on vehicles that can cause stress on bridges. Generally, the bill guards against the overloading of shorter trucks. Riffe said the House will be on hand to act on most bills returning from the Senate with amendments. News in brief Child, car stolen from gas station A Covington man's nine-month old child was stolen along with his car about 9 p.m. Saturday after he stopped at a BP gas station in Covington, police said. The baby was recovered, unharmed, about 30 minutes later by Cincinnati police on an exit ramp of Interstate 75 in Ohio; The thief took the car while the owner was in the station paying for the gas. The keys had been left in the ignition, Covington police said. The unidentified father chased the car on foot for several blocks. The thief remained at large and the stolen car had not been recovered, police said at midnight. Five arrested after ball game Five Forest Park teen-agers were charged with misdemeanors in three incidents following Friday night's football game between Winton Woods and Woodward high schools. H Forest Park Police Sgt. John Burns said a 17-year-old girl was charged with disorderly conduct after police broke up a fight between her and another girl. The second girl left the scene before police could arrest her. Two boys, 16 and 17 years old, were arrested after they got into a fight. A third boy who interceded also was arrested. In the last incident, a 16-year-old boy was charged with failure to disperse and with drug abuse after police found a small amount of marijuana while arresting him. All five were arrested in the parking lot at Winton Woods High School and were released to their parents' custody. Burns said none of the students involved required medical attention. The Enquirer is not naming the juveniles. Price Hill woman dies in car crash A Price Hill woman was killed early Saturday in a one-car accident just three-quarters of a mile from her home. Lenora Mays, 44, of 3200 Lehman Road apparently was speeding on the 1900 block of Grand Avenue about 5 a.m., Cincinnati Police said. Her car hit a telephone pole. She died instantly, police said. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS FRANKFORT, Ky. Gov. Wallace Wilkinson has vowed to call a special session of the General Assembly if United Airlines commits to building its planned $1 billion maintenance base in Louisville. Wilkinson told the Courier-Journal in an interview Friday that he thinks state lawmakers would approve a plan to double the state's incentive package to United to $250 million. Six Senate leaders gave their unanimous approval of the plan, which would require legislative approval, last month, he said. Wilkinson suggested he wants a promise from United that it will select Louisville if Wilkinson can deliver the incentive package. United struck such an agreement with Colorado last April, but lawmakers approved a package much smaller than Gov. Roy Romer had promised the airline. The state submitted the final package to United two weeks ago a move that has made Louisville's Standiford Field a leading contender among 1 1 sites vying for the base. On Monday, the state answered all questions United asked about the new package. And on Wednesday, the state submitted documentation for those answers. While he declined to offer specifics of Kentucky's incentive package, Wilkinson said he thought it was a fiscally responsible plan. Jefferson County Judge-Executive Dave Armstrong has said that Wilkinson asked United for an answer this month. Louisville and Jefferson County have pledged $23 million each to United, but the Board of Aldermen and Fiscal Court would have to approve those packages. CONTINUED FROM PAGE B-l Both men are white. Thomas is 6-foot-l and weighs 185 pounds. Visintine is 5-foot-9 and weighs 158. The men are suspects in a string of robberies that began May 8 in the Columbus suburb of Rey-noldsburg. They are believed to have come to southwest Ohio on Aug. 8, when Guardian Savings Bank in Cheviot was robbed. Two clerks and a branch manager were in Hunter Savings on Saturday when two men came in and demanded money. Both men had dark hair and mustaches, were well-built to stocky, wore painters' caps and held silver automatic weapons, said Officer Dan Patterson, the first Cincinnati policeman on the scene. Community banks targeted Guy said the men are looking for community banks. "It's kind of like a mom-and-pop bank that they are looking for, not a hustle-bustle bank," he said. "They are trying to pick banks that are on a side street but near a major thoroughfare." In an unrelated robbery, the FBI arrested Michael Ray Newman, 36, of Ohio Pike in Amelia, Ohio, late Friday night in connection with a Thursday morning robbery at Hunter Savings on Beechmont Avenue in Clermont County's Union Township. ; Newman has been charged with armed bank robbery, a federal offense, and, if convicted, faces up to 25 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. The robber at the savings and loan brandished a utility knife and took cash from two tellers. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS COLUMBUS, Ohio A bill adding a new requirement to Ohio's reapportionment process joins other such bills awaiting the Legislature's return this week from summer recess. Black lawmakers on Friday introduced a bill requiring new Senate and House election districts to be drawn using 1990 census data that has been adjusted to account for an alleged undercount of minority populations. Speaker Vera Riffe, D-Whee-lersburg, announced his support of the measure although the U.S. Department of Commerce has refused to release the data the state Apportionment Board would use. Republicans, who control the board 3-2, said that the release of the adjusted data is an issue before the U.S. Supreme Court and that the bill, sponsored by Rep. William Mallory, D-Cincinnati, is meaningless for that reason. Mallory's proposal is expected to be heard Tuesday by the House Finance Committee as the House and Senate gear up for their first floor sessions in six weeks. The Senate convenes Tuesday for its first session since July 24. The House, which adjourned Aug. 7, will reconvene Wednesday. Housing also on agenda The Senate is expected to vote Tuesday on a major proposal allowing the state and its local subdivisions to spend tax dollars for individual and family housing. Breathitt strike might end soon THE ASSOCIATED PRESS JACKSON, Ky. The Breathitt County School Board on Saturday unanimously approved an agreement that could end a week-long strike that has closed the district's seven schools since Monday. The agreement, reached after 22V2 hours of negotiations over two days, will be voted on by teachers today. The pact calls for an 8V2 pay raise and other concessions. "We're very pleased to be able to put this thing behind us," said Barbara Deaton, president of the Breathitt County Education Processing company stalks corn cobs to make hand soap, sweeping compounds, and lawn and garden products. The pith and chaff component is used in animal feed and to clean up oil spills. Howard Adler, who owns Ad-ler's Seeds Inc. in Sharpsville, said he used to dump the cobs on fields as fertilizer until about 15 to 20 years ago. Now he can't afford to, with processors paying up to $40 a ton some years. "We feel like the price we get most years is better than the value it would do to the soil," Adler said Saturday. Adler also sells a lot of cobs to local livestock feeders to use as bedding and in feed. Carol Trapp, a spokesman for Tri-State, said the company bought and resold about 30,000 tons of cobs each year. The bulk of its cobs are sold to The Andersons, an Ohio-based cob recycler that operates processing plants in Delphi and in Maumee, Ohio. The cobs are ground into varying sizes and separated by density, said Tom Fuller, operations manager at the Delphi plant. The milling process separates the pith and chaff as one component and the woody ring as the' other. Each component has different chemical properties. The company sells the ground cobs to manufacturers, who use it to make various products. The woody component is used Pith, chaff turned into soap, feed THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TIPTON, Ind. Did you ever wonder what happens to the millions of corn cobs pulled off Indiana stalks this time of year? Many are recycled, and not the way your ancestors used to do it. Alan Durham, plant manager at Tipton's Pioneer Hi-Bred International Inc., said his company had been recycling corn cobs since 1938. Most of the cobs are sold to Tri-State Cob Ltd., a broker that operates a processing plant in Delphi and offices in Goshen, -t THE SECRET IS OUT Classified is a bargain hunter's dream come true. Whether you rs looking for antiques, appliances, cars, lurnlture or just about anything, It's In CLASSIFIED. CALL CLASSIFIED 421-6300 r , J

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